Kieth called the heating dealer who handled the furnace/heater repairs, the HVAC professional diagnosed the unit with dirty furnace filters and an overheating blower motor.
I was having one of those days where everything seemed to be against me. I woke up late because, during the night, my heat pump kept rattling, which kept me up for several hours. After realizing I was late, I jumped into the shower only to realize there was no hot water. Though the HVAC was on, I could hardly feel the warmth. I needed to call the heating business when I got to the office. My car had a puncture, so I called a taxi, and don’t mention the traffic build-up. When I arrived at the office, I wished to return home and finish the day. After settling in at work, I went for a coffee, the only thing I was looking forward to. As I waited for the coffee maker, I overheard conversations among some of my older colleagues. Keith was talking about his heat pump installation troubles. He talked about calling the heating company for heater maintenance, and they responded promptly. Keith’s whole home heating system exhibited similar symptoms to mine, only that I had not pieced them together as he had. I realized that the tell signs had been there longer. Pretty touché that I learned more about heating in the office kitchen. Kieth called the heating dealer who handled the furnace/heater repairs, the HVAC professional diagnosed the unit with dirty furnace filters and an overheating blower motor. I requested Keith for the contact information of the same local heating company since my unit is also serviced, and my day got better after that morning. I scheduled for help with indoor comfort and was sure that evening I would enjoy quality heating from the serviced system. I needed to learn more from the heating industry, but it was a good start. I had to implement new heating rules that the heating technician advised me on to ensure my system worked optimally.